Now going on three years and still no diagnosis. I have been subjected to so many blood tests, can scans, and just recently surgery-not only hasn't it helped, but it is so bad, that it is difficult for me to sleep because of my fear of choking to death. I spend most of my day expelling this fluid into a cup. Why can't anyone find out what this is? Have seen many ENT doctors, primary care doctor--to no avail. Hard for me to believe that a doctor can't find out what is wrong. Have been to see my dentist and my eye doctor to see if they could shed some light on this--nothing--where do I go from here?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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